Kondrashin Viktor Viktorovich

   

DATE OF BIRTH: August 4, 1961
PLACE OF BIRTH: Penza
MARITAL STATUS: Married

WORK ADDRESS
Penza State University
Penza, 40 Krasnaya St.
Phone: +79273928961
E-mail: vicont37@yandex.ru

ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS
2001 – Doctor of Historical Sciences. Thesis: “Peasant Movement in the Volga Region in 1918-1922”
2004 – Professor at the Department of National History and Methods of Teaching History
1983 – Diploma of Higher Education with qualification of “Teacher of History, Social Science and the English Language”, Penza State Pedagogical Institute named after V.G. Belinsky
1988 – 1991 – Post- graduate student of the Institute of Russian History of RAS
1992 – Candidate of Historical Sciences. Thesis: “Hunger of 1932-1933 in the village of the Volga region”
1997 – Doctoral student of the Institute of Russian History of RAS

POSITIONS HELD
1992 – 1997 – Researcher at the Center of Peasant Studies of the Moscow School of Social and Economic Sciences
1997 – 2012 – Professor, Head of the Department of National History and Methods of Teaching History of Penza State Pedagogical Institute named after V.G. Belinsky
2012 – to present - Professor, Head of the Department of Russian History and Methods of Teaching History of Penza State University
2016 – to present - Leading Researcher (since 2017 - Chief Researcher), Head of Center for Economic History of the Institute of Russian History of the RAS

RESEARCH INTERESTS
• history of peasantry and agriculture in Russia of the twentieth century
• historiography of National history
• regional history

ACADEMIC AWARDS AND GRANTS
2009 – Diploma of the laureate and a gold medal in the nomination “The Book of the Year” by the independent public council “100 best universities of Russia” for the monograph “The Hunger of 1932-1933: the Tragedy of the Russian Village” (Moscow: ROSSPEN, 2008)
2015 – Laureate of the national award “Best Books and Publishers of the Year”, established by the Russian Biographical Institute, Literaturnaya Gazeta, the Russian State Library, the Cultural and Educational Center “Order”, for a series of monographs on the agrarian history of Russia of the twentieth century
2017 – Laureate of the national award “Best Books and Publishers of the Year” as a co-author of the collective monograph “The History of Novorossiya” (Moscow: Center of Humanitarian Initiatives, 2017).
Grants of the Russian Foundation for Humanities (RFH):
2006 – 2007 – International Russian-Ukrainian research project “Modern Russian and Ukrainian Historiography of Hunger of 1932-1933 in the USSR” (project manager)
2008 – 2010 – International Russian-Ukrainian research project “Peasant rebel movement in Russia and Ukraine during the Civil War” (project manager)
2011 – 2012 – research project “Grain delivery policy in the USSR during the First Five-Year Plan and its results (1929 -1933)”
2014 – publishing project “Grain delivery policy in the USSR during the First Five-Year Plan and its results (1929 - 1933)”
2013 – 2014 – research project “Mechanism of creation and functioning of the collective farm and state farm system in the USSR according to the documents of the Archive of the President of the Russian Federation” (project manager)
2015 – 2017 – research project “Politburo of the Central Committee and the problem of “wrecking” in agriculture of the USSR in the 1930-1940 according to the documents of the Archive of the President of the Russian Federation and regional archives” (project manager)
Grants of the Russian Foundation for Basic Research (RFBR):
2016 – publishing project “The First Commandment”: Grain deliveries in the USSR. 1931-1932. (Collection of documents)”
2018 – research project “Collectivization and Hunger of 1932-1933 in the USSR: regional and national features”

TRAINING OF HIGHLY QUALIFIED PERSONNEL
2015 – to present - Member of the Expert Council on Historical Sciences of the Higher Attestation Commission under the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation
2015 – to present - Deputy Chairman of the Dissertation Council on Historical Sciences under the Samara State Aerospace University and Penza State University
Twelve Candidates of Sciences and two Doctors of Sciences have been trained

MEMBERSHIP IN PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES
2015 – 2017 – Member of the Committee on Science, Education and Culture of the Federation Council of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation
2010 – 2016 – Expert, Deputy Chairman of the Expert Council on International and Targeted Competitions of the Russian Foundation for Basic Research (RFBR, Moscow)
2016 – to present - Co-chairman of the national complex program “Power of the XXI century”
2017 – to present - Member of the Expert Council on International Competitions of the Russian Foundation for Basic Research (RFBR, Moscow)
2017 – to present - Deputy Chairman of the Executive Committee of the First All-Russian Congress of History Teachers in Russian Universities
2017 – to present - Member of the Russian Historical Society
2018 – to present - Member of the Scientific and Expert Council under the Federation Council Chairman of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation

MEMBERSHIP IN EDITORIAL BOARDS OF JOURNALS
• Editor-in-Chief of “University proceedings. Volga region. Humanities) (Penza State University, Penza)
• Member of the Editorial Board of “Russian History” (Institute of Russian History of RAS, Moscow)
• Member of the Editorial Board of “Economic History” (Center of Economic History of the Faculty of History of Lomonosov Moscow State University and “Social and Economic History: Economics and Society” group of the Institute of Russian History of RAS, Moscow)
• Member of the Editorial Board of “Modern History of Russia” (St. Petersburg University, St. Petersburg)
• Member of the Editorial Board of the Journal of Historical Research (Historical Memory Foundation, Moscow)
• Member of the Editorial Board of “Centre and Periphery” of Research Institute of the Humanities by the Government of the Republic of Mordovia (Saransk)
• Member of the Editorial Board of “Vestnik of Orenburg State Pedagogical University. Electronic Scientific Journal” (Orenburg)

INVITED AND PLENARY REPORTS AT CONFERENCES
Participant of International Conferences on the History of Russia of the 20th century in the United States, Australia, Japan, China, the Republic of Korea, Vietnam, England, France, Germany, Italy, Denmark, Sweden, and other countries

TOTAL NUMBER OF PUBLICATIONS
Over 380, including those published in Japan, Sweden, Italy, Denmark, France, Germany, Canada and other countries indexed in the Web of Science and Scopus databases, Higher Attestation Committee and Russian Science Citation Index

MAIN PUBLICATIONS
1. Kondrashin V.V. Hunger of 1932-1933: The tragedy of the Russian village. Moscow: ROSSPEN, 2008. 519 p
2. Kondrashin V.V. The peasantry of Russia in the Civil War: the question of the origins of Stalinism. Moscow: ROSSPEN, 2009. 575 p
3. Kondrashin V.V Hunger of 1932-1933 is the tragedy of the Russian village. Hunger of 1932-1933 in the Ukraine: reasons, demographic features, legal assessment. Kiev, 2009, pp. 69-72
4. Kondrashin V. Hunger in 1932-33. A tragedy of the peoples of the USSR. Holodomor studies. Universite du Quebec a Monreal. Canada, 2009, pp. 23-30
5. Kondrashin V.V. The modern Russian-Ukrainian historiography of the famine of 1932-1933 in the USSR. Moscow, 2011. 367 p
6. Kondrashin V.V. Hunger in the USSR. 1929-1934: in 3 vol. Vol. 1: 1929-July 1932: in 2 books. Book 1. Moscow: MFD, 2011. 656 p
7. Kondrashin V.V. Hunger in the USSR. 1929 - 1934: In 3 vol. Vol. 1: 192 -July 1932: in 2 books. Book 2. Moscow: MFD, 2011. 560 p
8. Kondrashin V. The Famine of 1946-1947 in Russia and the Ukraine: General and Specific. Divided Eastern Europe: Borders and Population Transfer, 1938-1947. Eds. A. Dyukov, O. Orlenko. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2012, pp. 213-22.
9. Kondrashin V.V. Hunger in the USSR. 1932 -1934: In 3 vol. Vol. 2: July 1932-July 1934. Moscow: MFD, 2012. 912 p
10. Kondrashin V.V. Hunger in the USSR. 1929 -1934: In 3 vol. Vol. 3: The summer of 1933-1934. Moscow: MFD, 2013. 960 p
11. Kondrashin V.V. Soviet village through the eyes of the Cheka-OGPU-NKVD: to the results of the international project. Voprosy istorii, 2013, no. 7, no.162-170
12. Kondrashin V.V. People in time: notes of a historian. Penza-Saransk, Research Institute of the Humanities by the Government of the Republic of Mordovia. Saransk, 2012. 552 p
13. Kondrashine V. La famine en URSS. 1929-1934. Paris: AEHREE, 2013. 382 p
14. Kondrashin V.V. Grain delivery policy during the first five-year plan and its results (1929-1934.). Moscow: Political Encyclopedia, 2014. 375 p
15. Kondrashin V.V. Penza province in the years of the First World War. 1914-March 1918: in 2 books. Book. 1: 1914-1916. Prague: Vedeckovy davatelske centrum “Sociosfera-CZ”, 2014. 544 p
16. Kondrashin V.V. Penza province in the years of the First World War. 1914-March 1918: in 2 books. Book. 2: 1917-March 1918. Prague: Vedeckovy davatelske centrum “Sociosfera-CZ”, 2014. 596 p
17. Kondrashin V.V. Historians-agrarians of Russia XX - the beginning of XXI centuries: a creative way and international cooperation. No. 1. Prague: Vedeckovy davatelske centrum “Sociosfera-CZ”, 2014. 198 p
18. Kondrashin V. The Famine of 1932-1933 as a common tragedy of the nations of the USSR: national and regional aspects. Northeast Asian Studies. Vol. 20. February 29, 2016. Center for Northeast Asian Studies Tohoku University, pp. 27-38
19. Kondrashin V.V. “The first commandment”: grain deliveries in the USSR. 1931-1932. Moscow: MFD, 2016. 780 p
20. Kondrashin V.V., Sukhova O.A. Phenomenon of wrecking in the socio-political context and modern discourse of humanitarian knowledge. Modern History of Russia, 2017, no. 2, pp. 144-161
21. Kondrashin V.V., Mozokhin O.B. Political departments of MTS in 1933-1934. Moscow: Russian Book, 2017. 304 p.
22. Kondrashin V.V. History of Novorossia. Moscow: Center for Humanitarian Initiatives, 2017. 864 p.

 

 

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